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    Most likely related to inadequate PSI from oil viscosity change under load and high heat.
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    Did you consider to try a heavier fluid to make up for worn mechanical components and additional cooler?
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    35 Gearbox malfunction message in cluster (DTCs P17D800, P179D00, P174000)

    There are a lot of extended EODB II codes, there are normally a letter then 4 numbers, why do they show 6?

    I thought I had asked this question before but I can't find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithuk View Post
    There are a lot of extended EODB II codes, there are normally a letter then 4 numbers, why do they show 6?
    You may wish to review the latest SAE/ISO specifications for these.

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